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Some time ago I had a somewhat convoluted line in simple edits for the "Post Info" area. In short, I wanted it to post this:
Posted by name on date at time | comments | custom
The custom part was this - if I had put a URL in a specific custom field, it would then display this:
which would be hyperlinked to the relevant link on my website. If I didn't have anything in the custom field, nothing would be displayed. I actually coded this properly some time ago, and it worked great. Sometime in the last couple of months, some sort of update broke this, as it is not displaying right.
Today, I went in and looked at it, and I don't remember coding the Simple Edit this way. Here is what is in the field now:
Posted by [post_author] on [post_date] at [post_time] [post_comments] [custom_field field="MLBURL" this_post="1" limit="0" before=" | <a href=" after=">MLB.com Recap</a>" between=", " /]
Could my Post info have gotten corrupted? As I recall, it was a big pain to write in the first place. If you want to see what it is incorrectly displaying, you can view the byline at the site: http://www.rangerfans.comhttp://www.rangerfans.com
Oh god, I'm a moron. It was a plugin that was making this work. Somehow the plugin that made this look wrong got deactivated. Turned it back on and everything is working again.
Thank you, drive through.
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